When I'm looking for a trendy jacket or inspired accessories, chances are I've seen it on a celebrity first. My Instagram-saved folder has turned into a shrine to celebrity fashion trends. It's time to act now that I've gathered my inspiration. The next step in my trend-spotting journey is locating the pieces celebrities are wearing. Fortunately, I've developed a knack for finding on-trend items at reasonable prices. Anyway, here are what I believe to be the top 11 (everyone does a top ten, so I am going one better) celebrity fashion trends in 2022.
- Emma Stone - Emma Stone's hair is a true chameleon, alternating between red, blonde, brown, and black. The wide-eyed Oscar winner isn't afraid to experiment, and you shouldn't be either. Miss Stone has it all regarding hair inspiration, whether you like sleek straight locks, glamorous curls, beach waves, fiery red, sandy blonde, or mysterious darks.
- Bella Hadid - Women's soccer players are perhaps the most well-known supporters of knee-length sports socks right now, but they are being challenged by Bella Hadid, who has been wearing them off the field to make a fashion statement. The supermodel wore black socks with the Nike swoosh logo for a night out. In addition, she wore patent leather heels instead of studded football boots.
- Miley Cyrus - Instead of a tote, opt for a bag that only holds your phone, lip gloss, and keys. Miley Cyrus chose angular or boxy silhouettes that packed a punch in smaller shapes.
- Dua Lipa - The singer wore a Barbiecore-inspired look to the Sunny Hill Festival in Kosovo, consisting of a pink bustier bra with a matching buckle and a pair of matching boxing-style shorts made of what appears to be baby pink nylon. She nailed the look with silver sneakers and white gym socks.
- Keke Palmer - Jean shorts, or Jorts for short, were popular in the 1980s and 1990s and have since become an Americana staple. This summer's jorts are noticeably longer and more streamlined. Keke Palmer looked best in them with a crop top.
- Zoe Kravitz - Kravitz is the celebrity whose style we've become borderline obsessed with this year, as she manages to make wardrobe basics—which have received particular attention this year—look so high-end. Less is sometimes more.
- Charley Webb - Charley Webb has always had an eye for fashion, and the former Emmerdale star stunned in a pair of short shorts. The actress posted a short video of herself entering a lift after attending a colleague's work party. She looked stunning in the daring outfit, which highlighted her toned legs and was complemented by a pair of tiny boots.
- Kylie Jenner - Kylie Jenner, a true fashion chameleon, has sparked over 2 million searches this year for everything from Adidas tracksuits and Dior sunglasses to Victoria Secret underwear and Alexander Wang mini dresses.
- Heidi Klum - In 2022, hot pink has emerged as a go-to color for celebrities on red carpets, during workouts, and everywhere in between! Heidi Klum wore a one-shouldered hot pink minidress by Dolce & Gabbana with matching heeled sandals to an "America's Got Talent" season 17 live show in August 2022.
- Harry Styles - Crochet sets from the 1970s are arguably a huge fashion trend, boosted by Harry Styles and his pop-culture phenomenon "Watermelon Sugar" video. The video shows Styles and a group of beachgoers eating fruits while dressed in brightly colored crochets, vintage-printed swimwear, and resort wear. Crocheting's popularity has grown steadily since the video's release.
- Brad Pitt - Many of us have been dealing with record-breaking temperatures in Europe and America recently. While the oppressive heat may have you wishing you could close the blinds, turn on the fan, and lie as still as possible, there are jobs and paychecks to be earned, and Brad Pitt is no exception. The actor was in Berlin recently for the film premiere of his new action film "Bullet Train" while temperatures in the city reached the mid-90s. Pitt kept it casual in a Haans Nicholas Mott look that included a brown skirt, matching jacket, and a salmon button-up shirt left attentively half-open.